# Nim Game

Nim is a really fascinating two player game of strategy where each players take turns removing counters from a single stack of their choice. The player to remove the last…

# Walk through a piece of paper – the Math behind it

Today, as part of our math lessons, I asked my kids, “Do you think I can cut a hole large enough in a piece of paper such that I can…

# Perimeter Magic Triangle

These days, I often do some fun maths with my kids at home. I believe my children are challenged by brain teasers and logic puzzles which promote their problem-solving and…

# 30+ Math BrainTeasers

If you are looking for fun and interesting math activities for your kids to keep them challenged and motivated to learn at home, then this 30+ Math Brainteasers activity is…

# Dividing Money in Bags – Pattern Recognition

Kids are taught to identify patterns from a very young age. For example, activities like determining “what number comes next in the sequence 1, 3, 5,7”, helps kid notice the…

# The 10 puzzle Brainteaser

Are you looking for a puzzle which needs all of the skills from critical thinking , problem solving, arithmetic calculations and order of operations to solve it. Then look no…

# 8 – 4 = 61 Matchstick Puzzle

If you are looking for a quick activity for your kids, then you should try the matchstick puzzles on my blog. These lateral thinking puzzles are easy to setup and…

# Fold and Hole Sequence – A Math Activity

Do you know the simplest way to teach kids symmetry mathematically is to do ‘Fold and Hole’ method. The one where you first fold the paper in a certain way…

# The 6 – 0 = 81 Matchstick Puzzle

If you are looking for ideas to engage your kids in some fun and brain bending activities, then you should definitely try out the matchstick puzzles. These lateral thinking puzzles…

# Math and Cooking – Math in everyday life

Math is in every aspect of cooking, from measuring to weighing and to reading and converting temperatures. But what if you don’t have any measuring tools while cooking, how can…